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Duck, Stephen
Duck, Stephen (Mr)
Dates: 
1705-1756
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Collier, Mary
Ferguson, Moira
Marian S. Carson Collection (Library of Congress)
Thompson, E.P. (1924-1993)
Thompson, Edward Palmer (1924-1993)
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beautiful works of the Reverend Mr. Stephen Duck, ... To which is prefixed, some account of his life and writings, The
Caesar's camp or, St. George's Hill. A poem. By the Reverend Mr. Duck.
Curious poems on several occasions Viz. I. On poverty. II. The thresher's labour. III. The Shunamite. All newly corrected, and much amended, by the author Stephen Duck.
Every man in his own way An epistle to a friend. By Stephen Duck.
Hints to a school-master Address'd to the Revd. Dr. Turnbull. By Stephen Duck.
[http://books.google.de/books?id=syvduzwst1ec&printsec=frontcover&dq=poems+on+several+occasions+duck#ppp1,m1 poems on several occasions]
ode on the battle of Dettingen Humbly inscrib'd to the King. By Stephen Duck., An
poem on Her Majesty's birth-day By Stephen Duck., A
poem on the marriage of His serene Highness the Prince of Orange with Ann, Princess-Royal of Great-Britain. By Stephen Duck. To which are added, verses to the author, by a divine. With the author's answer, and his poem on truth and falshood., A
poem written by Stephen Duck, Esq; ... which were publickly read in the drawing-room at Windsor Castle on Friday the 11th of September 1730. to her Majesty, A
Poems on several occasions, 1736.
Poems on several occasions By the Reverend Mr. Stephen Duck. With a life of the author, by the Rev. Joseph Spence.
Poems on several subjects, 1732:
Poems on several subjects written by Stephen Duck, lately a poor thresher ... at the wages of four shillings and six-pence per week. The ninth edition. With some account of the life of the author. To which is added, The Campden wonder.
Poems on several subjects Written by Stephen Duck, lately a poor thresher in a Barn in the county of Wilts, at the wages of four shillings and six pence per week: which were publickly read in the drawing-room at Windsor Castle, on Friday the 11th of September, 1730, to Her Majesty. Who was thereupon most graciously pleased to take the author into her royal protection, by allowing him a salary of thirty pounds per annum, and a small house at Richmond in Surrey, to live in, for the better support of himself and family.
Poems on several subjects written by Stephen Duck, lately a poor thresher ... which were publickly read by ... the Earl of Macclesfield, ... on Friday the 11th of September 1730, to Her Majesty: who was thereupon ... pleased to take the author into her royal protection.
Poems on several subjects written by Stephen Duck, some time a poor thresher ... at the wages of four shillings and six pence per week: which were publickly read by ... Thomas Earl of Macclesfield, ... on Friday the 11th of September, 1730, to Her Majesty. Who was thereupon ... pleased to take the author into her royal protection, ... The ninth edition. To which are added, several poems by the same author, ... Also a copy of verses from a miller in Ireland to Stephen Duck.
Poems on several subjects written by Stephen Duck, some time a poor thresher in a barn in the county of Wilts.
Poems on several subjects written by Stephen Duck, ... which were publickly read by ... the Earl of Macclesfield, in the drawing-room at Windsor-Castle, on Friday the 11th of September, 1730. to Her Majesty.
Poems on several subjects written by Stephen Duck, ... Which were publickly read by the Right Honourable the Earl of Macclesfield, in the drawing-room at Windsor-Castle, on Friday the 11th of September, 1730.
Royal benevolence: a poem most humbly address'd to Her Majesty Queen Caroline As it was presented to the said Queen's Majesty by the author. On Friday the 2d of October, 1730. at Windsor-Castle. To which is annexed, a poem on providence. Both writen [sic] by Stephen Duck.
Royal benevolence. A poem. Most humbly address'd to Her Majesty Queen Caroline As it was presented to the said Queen's Majesty, by the author, on Friday, the 2d of October, 1730. at Windsor-Castle. To which is annexed, a poem on providence. Both written by Stephen Duck.
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Thresher's labour
To His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland, on his birth-day. April the 15th, 1732. By Stephen Duck
vision. A poem on the death of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Caroline. By Stephen Duck, The
woman's labour
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